Biometrics in General
Biometrics is the automated use of physiological or
behavioral characteristics to determine or verify identity.
Biometrics recognizes people by using either measurements of a part
of the human body, or an action taken by a person. Behavioral
biometrics includes voice-scan, keystroke-scan, and signature-scan.
Physiological biometrics includes face-recognition, finger-scan,
iris-scan, retina-scan, and hand-scan.
Why is Face Recognition a better choice?
Over all, the face recognition technology is less
susceptible to alteration. The system is often designed to be robust
enough to conduct one-to-many searches, to locate a single face out
of a database of thousands, or hundreds of thousands, of faces.
is the core technology of face recognition Symtron
developed and owns. It was the research essence of Dr. Alan Yeh while he joined the Computer Vision Lab at
Yale University. FaceOn technology employs
neural network and artificial intelligence technologies to capture faceprints, and determine or verify identity. All
Symtron software applications and solutions
are related to FaceOn.